The Montgomery County Campus is a community of education, business, and government organizations where collaborative thinking and scientific discovery advance academic and economic development.
The campus, which houses an auditorium, smart classrooms, and computer labs, as well as a full-service library, cafe, online bookstore, and extensive meeting space, welcomes more than 4,000 students each year.
Four of Johns Hopkins University's nine schools offer classes at this location. Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals currently offers courses here in its Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Information Systems Engineering programs.
NOTE: As Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals continually increases online course options, on-site courses in Computer Science, Cybersecurity, and Information Systems Engineering will no longer be offered at this location. Limited courses in these programs will be offered through the 2015 spring term to aid students in the transition. Bioinformatics courses (605.x5x) will be offered through the 2016 spring term.
Address and Contact Information
Montgomery County Campus (google map)
9601 Medical Center Drive
Rockville, MD 20850-3332
Phone: 1-800-JHU-ENGR (1-800-548-3647)
Hours Of Operation
Monday–Thursday: 9:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
The Montgomery County Campus Library maintains a reference and circulating collection of materials for use by faculty and students. Subject areas in the collection include computer science; electrical engineering; environmental engineering and science, management; and physics. Interlibrary loan service is provided to assist in obtaining journals and books not available at the MCC library. An online catalog of the collection and a variety of full-text INSPEC and IEEE databases, including Compendex, are accessible through personal computer workstations in the library. To use materials, present your J-Card at the circulation desk. The library is open from 12:00–9:00 p.m., Monday through Friday; and 8:45 a.m.–5:00 p.m., Saturday.
Computer facilities at the Montgomery County Campus include Sun Ray thin clients, Unix servers and workstations, as well as personal computers available for student use. In addition, students have access via high-speed data links to Unix servers at Homewood and APL. Dial-in PPP access to the servers is also available.
The current course offerings at the Montgomery County Campus can be found using this schedule search.
From Baltimore (via major arteries)
Take Beltway (I-695) to I-95 south. Continue toward Washington on 95 to the Capital Beltway (I-495). Take 495 west to I-270. From 270 north, take the Shady Grove exit. Once on the exit ramp, stay in the left lane. At the light make a left onto Shady Grove Road. Proceed approximately .6 miles to Key West Avenue. Turn right at Key West Avenue. Make a left onto Broschart Road. The Montgomery County Campus will be your first left turn, #9601 - 9605.
From Interstate 70 (I-70)
Take I-70 west to Md. Route 97 (Georgia Avenue). Turn left on Md. Route 97. Go south on Md. Route 97 to Norbeck Road (Md. Route 28). Turn right onto Norbeck Road. Continue west on Norbeck Road about 3.3 miles to East Gude Drive. Turn right onto East Gude Drive and proceed 4.3 miles across Rockville Pike (Md. Route 355) and Piccard Drive and Research Blvd to Key West Avenue. Bear right onto Key West Avenue (Md. Route 28). Cross Shady Grove Road, stay to the left and proceed about .3 miles. Make a left onto Broschart Road. The Montgomery County Campus will be your first left turn, #9601 - 9605.
From Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia
Take the Beltway (I-495) to I-270 north, take the Shady Grove exit. Once on the exit ramp, stay in the left lane. At the light make a left onto Shady Grove Road. Proceed approximately .6 miles to Key West Avenue. Turn right at Key West Avenue. Make a left onto Broschart Road. The Montgomery County Campus will be your first left turn, #9601 - 9605.
Permits are issued upon receipt of the vehicle registration form. Those who need a valid parking permit may obtain it during in-person registration or at the Center's front desk during the first two weeks of classes. There is no charge for this service.